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I don't understand anyone "hating" a driver. What a strange thing to allow to occupy one's mind. In this case, looking for every possible reason to conjecture support for hating Vettel seems truly strange. It has resulted in an insane level of support for team orders that is completely out of alignment with past prior arguments against them. It has elevated a team order from internal team instruction, to a moral outrage and calls for official sanctioning? For perspective: In the future, all arguments against team orders will be qualified by this small incident and the complete over-reaction to it, supporting team orders as a form of moral edict that cannot be refused. Good luck with that. The nutters have indeed taken over the nuthouse, so reason can no longer be counted upon as a guide.